We are starting a new research initiative in Conservation Science here at University of Tennessee building on a number of new faculty hires that we have made in the area.
We are now looking to recruit a cohort of excellent conservation-centric graduate students as part of this effort. We will be offering fully funded studentships for students interested in pursuing Masters or PhD study.
We would be very grateful for any help you can give with getting the word out to potential applicants.
1. The details about the opportunity are given here: http://eeb.bio.utk.edu/con-sci-grads/
2. I have also attached a US letter sized poster version of the same information.
3. Finally, if social media will work better, here it is at 140 characters.
“ Funded PhD & Masters in Conservation Science at U Tennessee. Great for US & international applicants. http://eeb.bio.utk.edu/con-sci-grads “
Thank you in anticipation of any help that you can give with getting the word out to prospective students.
Paul R. Armsworth,
Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology,
University of Tennessee, Knoxville.
We are seeking an enthusiastic and motivated researcher to join our group for a 2-years post-doctoral fellow (starting late 2017-early 2018) based in the Fisheries Ecology group, research unit Ecology and Ecosystem Health, Agrocampus Ouest (Rennes, France).
The researcher will develop integrated population dynamic models to explore the meta-population dynamics of nursery-dependent flatfish in the Eastern Channel, and its consequences on stock assessment and for spatial management.
A detailed description of the post-doctoral position in attached to the present email.
For further information and application, please contact Dr Etienne RIVOT ; Agrocampus Ouest, UMR ESE Ecology and Ecosystem Health, Fisheries Ecology Group ; Etienne.rivot ; tel : +33 2 23 48 59 34.
The closing date for application is 30th of September 2017. Please apply preferentially by email, enclosing your CV.
Please distribute this message to anyone that you think may be interested or to any group or institution that might have suitable candidates.